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at the sandy hook elementary school yesterday. we have been able to independently confirm two of those names, deb. one is dawn hochsprung, the beloved principal. just 47 years old. she had been the principal since 2010. described by people who knew her as affable but serious leader. a tough lady but in the right sort of sense. she had arrived with 12 years of administrative spern. she has a beautiful smile. she oversaw the school security project which required everybody that visited the school after 9:30 a.m., they were required to buzz in at that front entrance. we understand that details have emerged that the gunman stormed in, forced his way in to sandy hook elementary school. she was -- getting ba being ack the victim, dawn hochsprung, she leaves behind a husband and two daughters and three stepdaughters. mary sherlach, the school psychologist, she spent a lot of time in three school systems before arriving at sandy hook element vee school. on friday, a parent told cnn that sherlach and hochsprung were in an administrative meeting at which point they heard a large pop, pop, pop which we
of the sandy hook elementary. work continues inside the school, the crime scene. here's what we know about the guns. three of them were found next to the body of the suspected gunman. his name of course is adam lanza, 20 years old. officials say one was the primary weapon used and it was a semiautomatic rifle. we have also learned that the 20 children who were killed inside the school were shot multiple times. every single one of them was either six or seven years old. president obama is going to arrive here in newtown this afternoon to try to comfort the victims' families. he's scheduled to arrive here in about an hour and a half. he is going to be meeting with the families and also with the first responders. and after that he's going to be speaking at an interfaith vigil. we're going to be taking that vigil here on cnn live in its entirety. it begins at 7:00 eastern time. we do know the names of the victims today. but we are still learning about who they were, what their lives were like. so short, but no doubt given their age, providing so much joy for those around them. nick valencia is
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. >> this report was supposed to be weak. superstorm sandy, a number of labor disputes. the fiscal cliff. we were expecting the number to go up from 7.9 to 8%. went down to 7.7. a number of economists, created 146,000 jobs, so before you opine on the report, how accurate and reliable do you feel this report was? >> well, first of all, i think it's important to know there were downward revisions to the past two months, which makes the trend not look as good. it's also important to note that anywhere between 50 to 100,000, which about 86,000 were affected by the storm, is not considered significant in this report. so again, you're not necessarily capturing it also on the 7.7%, that survey was taken very earlry in the month. a week earlier than the establishment survey. the household survey was take b on monday november 5th, a few days later, we had the nor'easter. the secondary storm that hit the northeast and caused insult to energy injury on many and that was not captured in that unemployment survey, so i think that although they say it didn't affect it, they also don't, did have a major increase
. >> this report was supposed to be weak. super storm sandy, a number of labor disputes and layoffs. the fiscal cliff. we were expecting the unemployment number to go up from 7.9 to 8%. it went down to 7.7. a number of economists thought we'd create 77,000. we created 146,000. before you opine on the report how reliable do you feel the report was? >> well, first of all i think it's important to know there were downward revisions to the previous two months which makes the trend not as good. anywhere 150,000 is not considered significant in the report. you are not capturing because it doesn't fall into the significant range. the survey was taken early in the month. a week earlier than the establishment survey. the household survey on november 5. it caused insult to injury and more people out of work cancelled flights. it wasn't captured in the unemployment survey. i think they say it didn't affect it but a number of people were affected by the storm conditions. 350,000 couldn't get to work because of weather conditions. >> assume we get over the issues, avoid the cliff. we're still looking at gro
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